Contribute to MANA's Blog Continuous Short Story and Help Forgotten Harvest During the COVID-19 Economic Crisis


The impact of the coronavirus disease has jeopardized the health, safety, and employment of many people who now find themselves in need of food. 

Forgotten Harvest, a nonprofit food rescue organization, has been working with government, nonprofit, and community organizations to deliver food to people in need. Forgotten Harvest delivers 138,000 pounds of surplus food per day to local charities six days a week. (MANA) and its parent company, Robbie Dean Press (RDP), have supported charitable projects over the years through posts on "MANA's Blog Continuous Short Story."  Through this latest short story project, MANA plans to donate to Forgotten Harvest, BUT AT NO COST to those who contribute to the short story. 


This is how "MANA's Blog Continuous Short Story" works: 
1. The photo at the top of this blog post serves as a writing prompt. The first person to post can write five sentences or more based on the prompt. 

2. The next writer adds to the story of the first post. After that, every writer adds to the story of the previous writer.

3. For every 10 posts of five sentences or more, MANA will donate $10 to Forgotten Harvest (up to $500).

This activity is twofold:

• It provides money for Forgotten Harvest to provide food for people in need. 

• It provides an opportunity for you to be a part of a creative experience. 

Post your contributions in the comment box below. You will be able to contribute as many times as you would like. 

Also, encourage others to post so that you can release your creativity and help families get through these uncertain times. 

To double the fun—and the donations—MANA has a continuous short story for writers under 13 years old. So, if you have children or know young writers, then visit the blog post: "Contribute to MANA's Blog Continuous Short Story for Young Writers and Help Forgotten Harvest During the COVID-19 Economic Crisis."

MANA is giving people of all ages another way to be a positive part of the challenge of COVID-19!

Questions? Contact MANA at 734-975-0028 or email:

1 comment:

  1. As I view the beauty of this garden, I find myself humbled. I am humbled to be alone. I am humbled that I am fortunate to see such beauty. I have an opportunity to pause and reflect on not only the beauty but different things that are a part of my life. I am very lucky to have a loving family. Oh, I see my brother, Dan. Gee, what a surprise! I did not know he was here.